Normally the utility diverts about 2,100 cubic feet per second of water from the river below the dam to generate power.
What does FT3/SEC stand for?
FT3/SEC stands for Cubic Feet per Second
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- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Failure Tolerance/Redundancy Management
- Feet Per Second
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- Fractional T-1 Carrier
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- Fire Control Technician Second Class (Naval Rating)
- Fire Control Technician Third Class (Naval Rating)
- Flight, Test, Telemetry, and Termination (defense system)
- Free Triiodothyronine
Samples in periodicals archive:
Normally, anglers expect a fishable flow of 500 to 800 cubic feet per second.
Amendments to that rule revise existing stream flow levels, set aside a reservation of 4 cubic feet per second for future use, and establish a maximum amount of water that may be allocated from the Wenatchee River and its tributaries.
The water gods command that the flow of river through Gavins Point be scaled back to 32,500 cubic feet per second from 33,000, as it had been.
To create premium rafting, it's necessary for Florida Power & Light (FPL), which owns the Harris hydroelectric dam, to provide water releases that can spew at a rate of 4,500 to 6,000 cubic feet per second.